tv KRON 4 Early News KRON March 28, 2011 4:00am-6:00am PDT
>> reporter: the main concern right now is obviously this s-curve, cars coming around may not see the landslide in a middle- of-the-road. crews are on the scene, in alameda county, kron4 news. >> justine: anytime you cannot cut his life, you can check out the forecast our website at www.kron4.com if you cannot just live on tv we're also streamed on our website. now, here is a look at the weather. coming up and a few minutes. vacaville authorities are searching for someone who planted a pipe bomb in a newspaper, it exploded as a man picked up in his driveway.
>> reporter: this is where the man picked up his newspaper, where the bomb off. you can see the greater rate here, it has since gone bigger. the victim who appeared to be in his 60s-'70s was airlifted to a hospital. >> we do not know anything. >> reporter: his son and family can on the hospital they did not want to talk. >> i am sure the police department is investigating. >> reporter: the explosion said fragments over one block, some leaning in neighbors' lawns, sidewalks. >> it was loud. very very loud. more than a mile or so. >> reporter: the explosion happened at about 10:00 a.m. neighbors and his daughter ran over to help. they saw the victim lying on his back. >> i want to talk to in, he
was alert, responsive. he said he bent down to pick up the newspaper, it went off. >> he noticed a was a little heavier than normal and then exploded. the device was buried inside of the paper. >> reporter: police, the fbi, are investigating the motive. they're not saying if the victim was the intended target. nearly saying the blast was an isolated incident. no other explosive devices were found, they evacuated the neighborhood for several hours. witnesses say the victim's hand was severely injured. bleeding from his leg, head. authorities say the man is expected to survive. reporting live, kron4 news. >> justine: president barack obama is expected to explain the military mission and libya as gunfire and violence erupted again. >> reporter:
>> caller: >> reporter: this sounds of explosions, gunfire rumble like thunder over tripoli sunday. for the east rebels say they took control of to keep oil cities. they waved american and libyan flakes on the outskirts. --legs. nato announced it will take over all military operations. >> the no-fly zone, with today's decision we will beyond. will the acting incoordination with our international and regional partners to protect the people of libya. >> reporter: air will allow the current coalition led by the u.s., u.k., france to stand down. that may please some legislators to criticize president barack obama for u.s. involvement. former secretary of state
madeleine albright says the president made the right move. >> i think he handled it very well, the reason we intervened this is terrible things are happening on the ground near libya. people were being killed, gaddafi himself had said he was going to slaughter everyone. we had an international support for. >> reporter: the first set of data will be to take charge of the no-fly zones >> justine: . facing mounting concern over the proposed mission president barack obama is scheduled to address the nation today, a live event scheduled for 4:30 p.m. we wish be sure to light in exactly what he says. coming up, the latest on the worsening situation in japan will take about 6.5 magnitude aftershock and the latest on the radiation concerns. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
>> justine: welcome back to the kron 4 news, a live look here from our roof camera in san francisco a little dark out there. the rain is finally tapering off after last week's storms, here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. that is and 80 degree day, thursday. that is always focused on right now. everything else really doesn't matter. we should be ok for the next couple of days. developing story, another earthquake has struck japan triggering a tsunami and alert, 6.5 struck yesterday afternoon off the coast of japan's largest island. that's the same coastline that the brunt of the 9 magnitude quake that occurred earlier this month. there were no reports of injuries, damages after yesterday's quake. the sun on the alert only happen to japan, it is not warning is here in united states. the crisis of the japanese
nuclear power plant continues to expand, government regulators say they're monitoring food in tracking water for radiation contamination in 14 provinces, cities. chinese authorities say low levels of iodine were detected in the air above northeastern province. health officials say the radioactive material was extremely weak and did not pose a threat to public health. new readings also show funicular leak may reach of across the pacific ocean to the atlantic coast. rainwater massachusetts has been found have increased levels of radiation. it likely came from the nuclear-power plant according to the state health department. the levels are low, unlikely to cause any problems. they will continue to do trusting for several more days. coming up, barry bonds cordially trial resumes today. will lead to know who to be taking the stand. at disney cruise is having some
>> justine: welcome back to the kron 4 news. some snow might be in the forecast there, we'll find out families said in a minute. check at this video santa cruz, and your shot this yesterday from his i phone the weather caught this yesterday. --weather causes yesterday. it is hard to tell, neighbors say they lost plants but otherwise no significant damage. a kayaker on the river found this outdoor furniture floating along, it is a picnic table. and you can see another one, behind him.
apparently there were washed away and flooded with heavy rains. a of your snapped this picture saturday, officials say they've been releasing more water than normal and the dam because all the rain has swollen the lake. many people are living downstream are worried that the extra water could mean trouble for them. now, here is a look at the weather. i know i shouldn't just be focused on thursday, we should think about today but is that in 80 degree? >> louisa: that is where we're actually looking at current forecast for this week. we are trying at today, two key words that we have been waiting to hear. this morning dry start, we will clear as we head into the afternoon bringing us temperatures slightly warmer. no way these today. they're certainly in the forecast. we'll start you off the list of rainfall
totals over the past few days. just to give you an idea of how much grain we have seen, san francisco 3 in., we're talking about in terms of places like novato, 4 in., so spake to inches. --said 8 2 in.. certainly quite a bit of rainfall. storm tracker 4 shows in the clear, not sure anything popping up on radar. current temperatures in the '40's, up in the '50s and places like oakland, hayward, fremont, san jose. as we take it to the day today looks like we're going to stay dry, a few clouds leftover. as we headed to tomorrow little system pushes its way to the north of us. the showers could stay to the north. slight chance of showers and the picture for tomorrow. into the afternoon, highs into
the '60s. 64 santa rosa, 62 novato, 60 san rafael. along the coast of the coolest thing in the mid-upper 50s. 62 degrees for redwood city, oakland. down in the south bay, warming as temperatures up to the mid-60s. your way up to 66 degrees in places like san jose, 62 around you. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. it does show a very different picture for this week, we're talking about temperatures rising each day this week getting up to the mid-60s. but tomorrow working away to the upper 60s. wednesday, 76 and some of the warmer spots. there's the number that just the love so much 80 degrees on thursday, lots of sunshine. each weather come thursday. friday, saturday: often slightly bringing the chance back of rain. >> erica: pretty good-
looking forecast, pretty grim looking commute. we don't have to much in a way of hot spots, a live look for you if you're printing the bay bridge toll plaza just a couple of cars. -- approaching. with a drive to and just eight minutes from end to end. no weather- related problems out there, did conditions over the san mateo bridge. a live look for you westbound. -- the conditions. down in the seventh thing we do have an accident report right near the capital expense bright. clo1 right near the troubled accrues--the cruz. >> justine: news around the bay, one man is in critical condition after shooting a man and oakland. he was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. he was taken
to the hospital, he remains there this morning. police are investigating it, no further details. as we get more affirmation will pass along. see to be stopped an elderly woman who was driving the wrong way on a major highway, the 75 year- old woman was driving westbound on east bound-580. she was stopped as perhaps the richmond san rafael bridge. --stopped. the car she it was drive-in had lost two tires and is being driven on beer reels. she exhibits signs of a dimension. officer station will likely lose for driving rights. this week the prosecution is slated to call key witnesses in the barry bonds trial including the ministers, farmers training--former trainer.
the was more than four hours of testimony last week, the talk about the changes that steroids cost to the human body. they like his feet, hands, head grew due to use. it also causes soft tissue swelling, we will keep you updated. in california news a deadly but accident off the san diego coast has police searching for answers. -- about accident. the boat capsized near shelter island. >> reporter: you're getting your first close look at the capsized sailboat. hours earlier this is the scene at the shoreline it can only describe as controlled chaos. emergency responders brought three adults, four children to hospitals. like
the two many's erecting our blankets. two other men on board were pronounced dead on the scene. both said to be in their 50s-'60s. >> as we get closer, closer there were people in the water. >> reporter: there the first to win is that the victims in the water they jumped in there about rushing to the scene. >> the first guy came across was a guy swimming, he was pulling him. it's my understanding he did not make it. >> it was horrible for them, he was trying to save them. >> reporter: water temperatures for cold high 50s. you can see hercules set up a perimeter with their boats divers dopant to look for clues. survivors were brought in to the shore by harbour police. dozens of onlookers stop to watch. >> there were a couple of kids, adults, they look like they're and hypothermia.
that blankets on the. >> reporter: there's no definitive word on what caused the boat to capsize. >> justine: a disney cruise line employee has gone missing, 24 year-old rebecca corm was last seen on tuesday. history her parents met with investigators, collected her belongings, try to get an update on the hunt for the daughter. u.s. coast guard and navy are both involved with the search. coming up, some crazy weather happening out there first in georgia, we will show you some of the storms that they're dealing with. that is some serious lightning. a big warmup is on the way for us in the bay area. here's a live look at albany a full check on your forecast that hasn't had the temperatures on
>> justine: welcome back to the kron 4 news. we're watching the weather on this monday morning, it's not the rain that the sign this week there will be talking about caring and here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. -- the sun that we will be talking about for you this morning. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. is looking really nice. high today of 66, a slight chance of rain on tuesday. warming up, 80
degrees on thursday. seems too good to be true. folks in atlanta welcome to an early-morning lightning and thunder storm today, check at this video, a tower camera caught some of the storm on tape. storms are expected to continue throughout the week. take a look at this vicious weather hitting the atlantic area, it happened over the weekend, here's a picture of a menacing thunderstorm clouds. this shot was taken by of york, power lines, trees knocked down in her area causing quite a problem elsewhere. heavy rain, large tell felt, a tornado watch in effect for parts of northern georgia. will straight a week on a positive note, friday training the dow gained 50, 74, nasdaq 7. auto industry is now beginning to feel the loss followed by the
japanese quake in tsunami. car buyers have a difficult the filing--finding the models they want and credit, on that, others as they lose billions of dollars in revenue. the real tropopause yet to be found at factories in the united states, europe. millions of retired, disabled people in the united states face another year with no increase in social security payments. the government is projecting a slight cost of living adjustment next year. the first increase since 2009. most are rising medicare leaves them without a raise for last three years. this so card pay wall goes up today for users of thin new york times website, users to do not subscribe to the printed newspaper or the ditch oakland fans will not be limited time much you can
see for free. the times says non subscribers can choose from three to two packages ranging from 15-$35 a month for unlimited access. the home page will still remain free to everyone but it is likely to stir to pay for everything else. when pediatricians are meeting with their young patients they may want to ask a simple question are you want facebook? that is the recommendation from the new journal of pediatrics. the reports look out for possible health issues read it to kids use of social media, and advises doctors to talk to parents and children about their on-line news and weather not they're running into crumbs like several polling, sexting parents are urged to get to know the applications, website their kids are using. coming up, we'll get to updated on your traffic
>> justine: welcome back to the kron 4 news. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: it is a dry shot of the bay bridge approach, finally we are drying out. partly cloudy, by the afternoon clearing up. temperatures slightly warmer, the real big one that comes in by mid-week. evening forecast looks partly cloudy, a bit crazy. sustained winds up to 20 mi. an hour. temperatures sitting in the '40's for san francisco, oakland coming a week. 52 mountain view, 51 san as a. holding on to the
upper 30s in the napa valley. 51 san jose. for the afternoon, things are getting sent here in san francisco, warming up to 66 in places like san jose. pretty comfortable forecast for you there. as we had on over to tuesday looks like we'll continue to see things warming. that trend continues in free tuesday partly sunny, wet, dry sprinkles. that storm may pass to the north of us. keeping those temperatures into the '60s. warming to the upper 60s in places like san jose, concord. satellite, radar, showing all of that wet weather pushing well to the east. leading us for the dry today. midweek, temperatures start to skyrocket we're talking about eighties, we
could potentially get into the 80s by this week. today's sixties, 64 santa rosa. 62 degrees for oakland, along the coast 50s. 62 interim on view. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. it looks good, certainly a different looking for gas than the scene and some time. as we head into tuesday, temperatures warm to the upper 60s. '70s midweek, thursday we could actually bring those '80s back into the forecast. morgan hill, north bay, friday a little bit cool them. by the weekend a slight chance of rain. erica? >> erica: no special traffic advisories, like ones who were tracking last week. great conditions bay area wide. no hot spots. we're seeing more cars out there than we were. still easy
conditions. 50 mi. per hour as you make your way towards the bay bridge this morning. looking good for all of the purchase. san mateo bridge, no problems, accident, incidents. westbound 92 is in good shape. it may be a bit wednesday but still tracking a pretty good drive time. crosstown freeways in san francisco practically a ghost town. not seeing much traffic at all. a dry town of about 15 minutes in this camera shot towards san francisco. if you're thinking about public transit, nothing reported you just get. >> justine: thank you, several areas of cleaning up after last week's storms. one of the hardest hit was capitola, issuing any emergency propagation in the wake up to flash floods. the water swept through the downtown in the trailer
park failed. for mobile homes were red tights come up one was torn down yesterday. the second trailer is scheduled to be demolished. the remaining 39 trailers have been yellow tag, they could also be in danger. downtown cap: much from last week's flood is still visible on the streets. the sidewalk in the shopping district are full look damaged merchandise, furniture, soggy carpets. people had to take everything and leave it on the streets. one honor to this inside injured as the damage. >> to run in. you can just see everything was under water, you can see where the floor is starting to buckle. we are ripping up the carpet right now. be careful what you wish for i wanted hardwood floors i guess i will get them. >> i have metal equipment
which is really expensive, thousands, thousands of dollars i hope it is still good. we have to deal with insurance companies, hopefully you're covered. go to the whole process. i don't know how long android to be closed. which is a bummer, the economy isn't great. we're hoping the surrounding community will support us. as soon as we get cleaned up there will be back to visit. >> justine: is estimated at 100 businesses were damaged during the flooding. another major effect of the storm struck sides, mud slides, to communities are dealing with the cleanup which includes an evacuation order. officials have declared the area local emergency as the health continues to slide neighbors are fearful as trees are expected to be moved. they're leaning toward the house. in a landslide said a
mass of boulder trembling into a car in san francisco this weekend residents could hear the landslide as it happens, kron4 spoke with neighbors in the upper sunset neighborhood. >> reporter: one large holder, then another came tumbling down. you can see the empty hall left from a boulder that dropped off this hillside to boulders file on this car, one of them less than an inch away from another. neighbors camera quickly snapping these photos some are pretty shaken out, others say this is not the first time. >> next to that one is another one. it happened a few weeks ago. >> is little alarming. >> it's pretty big. it could've been worse. they got no one was hurt.
>> to the damaged car was towed out, all the rest of the cars have been moved, crews have not removed the boulders. in fact their action putting in these large concrete barriers rape behind me to prevent future rocks falling down. --right beh >> justine: you can always get your forecast on www.kron4.com just click on the weather tab you can also find the most recent forecast buyer forecasters they're on there. authorities in vacaville are searching for someone planted a pipe bomb in a newspaper. it exploded as a man picked up in his driveway. >> reporter: this is where the man picked up his newspaper, this is where the bomb went off you can see the crater, it has since gotten bigger. investigators dug deeper to gather evidence. the victim was in
his 60s-'70s and was airlifted. >> you think it is targeted? >> no idea. i'm sure the police department knows more than we do >> reporter: . the victim's hand was severely injured, bleeding from his light, head. authorities say the man is expected to survive. reporting live, kron4 news. >> justine: libyan rebel forces are closing in on what mark gaddafi's home town. it was targeted by international air strikes will up teach you, witnesses say they could hear the bombings in the morning. there was no fighting in the streets or signs of rebel forces. turkey's prime minister says his country will take over the running of the airport to help facilitate the transport of humanitarian aid. president obama will take to the air
ways today to explain the military mission in libya. this is a week after ordering u.s. forces to protect libyan rebels. the president will insist u.s. leadership was essential and will stress nato and arab allies are now taking the lead and from this point on it will bear most of the burden. u.s. forces will continue to play a role in the operation which military planners could say could last for months. president the best--the president's address is out for 30 p.m.. coming up, still ahead we will get you the latest in your tech report. the sale of team mobil to at&t. if your worthier with either of those companies we will let you know how u.s. record stores plans to scrutinize the sale of what it means for you. also watching the weather on monday morning, it is looking pretty good
combination? its said. it should greatly improve both networks. --it should. but, what about those cheap wireless plans from team mobil, they are much cheaper than at&t, verizon ? a lot of people signed up with them for their plants. it is likely these will go away. --plans. they have set up a page on the web with facts about the merger, and questions, answers. to check this out lot on the www.kron4.com. >> justine: we also want to tell you about the man who's known for invented super glue had died. but he died of congestive heart failure at his home in tennessee, he was working for the eastman co. when he accidentally invented super cliff. president obama honored him in 2010 with this national medal of science. coming up
starting you a note with a shot of side, we're trying out everywhere. it looks like we will clear even more. slightly warmer. at big warmup as we head towards mid-week. mitterand the novato area, close to 6 in. of rain. more than 2 in. in mateo, oakland, concord, fremont, san jose. overall some dna wet week. we're starting off smartening dry. --over all a dry week. at their '40's and san francisco, hayward, fremont still holding on to the
thirties. still a bit chilly up in places like the napa valley. 52 into monday. satellite, radar shows a few calls expected to continue. partly cloudy conditions. lots of bright sunshine by the afternoon. slight warming trend at that warming trend bringing in some '80s. 64 centers are, 62 novato upper 50s in san francisco, low 63 onto the east bay. 57 half moon bay. fairly comfortable rather into san jose today. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. partly cloudy conditions, more sunshine mid-week. watch the warming trend mid-60's today upper
60s to mark. '80s for your forecasts in some of the warmer spot. there's still lots of sunshine in stark, starting at cooling trend, saturday and next chance of rain. >> erica: it is quiet in the traffic center that is exactly how we like it. no hot spots, not much in the way back since. if you're heading out to the bay bridge, an easy ride, westbound towards the city. traffic moving well. westbound 580, northbound direction of the nimitz, once we get to the toll plaza of dry that awaits you. a dry town of about nine minutes from the foot of the maze. --drive times. westbound traffic, very quiet. fewer cars that we were tracking 10 minutes ago. it will not change your drive times. 14 minutes from end to end. if you're
heading out to the sierra, you will need your genes. -- your chains. if you're taking highway-50 no change control but james are required on 80, 88. >> justine: world news, jimmy carter will head to cuba today they have been invited by the cuban government. the former president will meet with officials including the president. they plan to discuss ways to improve relations. he will spend three days in the country. and the report compares the death penalty use to executions in north korea, iran, yemen. there released a study today, the organization compared to 527 executions worldwide. they said the united states carry out the fifth highest number of executions in 2010 with a
total of 46. even so 16 states have abolished the death penalty. when you're planning a wedding, you lot of decisions to make. but guess at britain's royal wedding next month have another big question to ponder what they're the heart chocolate or fruit? these are the case and the bakers to further rile wedding. >> (music) >> she is famous for her fruitcakes, has a famous list to match on a,, carli are among them. will was a light to get a call from the palace? >> terribly exciting. i was overwhelmed. i was privileged, excited, daunted. all of the same time.
>> she knew exactly what she wanted, it kate knew. >> she had a quite a few ideas. she wanted how everything to be, quite traditional. with a modern twist. >> the main wedding quake will be a classic design, cream, white, floral decorations. each with a meaning. >> she has selected flowers , there rows symbolizing harmony. the of symbolizes strength. we have a long list. a lot of these are within the architecture of the palace. we haven't made sweet william yet but we are going to. >> william has action been working with his own cake as
well. in a break from tradition he's going to have a grim mckay, guess what it is made of chocolate cookies. they're rich tea biscuits. mixed with chocolate, into a cake mix that williams' turn up with. >> is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. we were asked by the palace in food make the cake that was pickett's williams' favorite it's the palace's recipe this for me to secrecy. it will be literally covered in chocolate. it will be beautiful. >> both having multiple tiers there are big enough for the guests to have a slice of each. as to what it will look like? >> that's a surprise. >> justine: yummy, advance of brittany spears line the streets of san francisco this weekend. we will take you to civic center for the concert and all the pop star
may him. watching the weather, we have some good news after several days of rain, we are trying out a live look at the james lick from our camera and san francisco. we'll get a traffic report in a weather update before we leave you we will be back in just 60 seconds. in a matter of seconds. life upside down hi. hi. you know i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. you just read my mind. [ male announcer ] just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money, and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock. lifelock is the leader in identity theft protection. relentlessly protecting your personal information to help stop the crooks in their tracks before your identity is attacked. protecting your social security number, your bank accounts, even the equity in your home. i didn't know how serious identity theft was until i lost my credit and eventually i lost my home.
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could warm 59 degrees and to san francisco, oakland 62, san jose 66. we'll continue that warming trend as we had an to tomorrow. temperatures expected to skyrocket into the upper 60s through tuesday. 68 degrees into concord 59 san francisco, a degree warmer in san rafael. low 60s brittany to the east bay. 66 san jose, 62 and monday. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay.
watch that nice little warm- up each day we bring temperatures warmer, warmer by thursday we could squeeze set maybe a few 80 degree readings. friday, partly cloudy and cool down as the system pushes through by the weekend a slight chance of a few more raindrops. >> justine: it was well above brittany spears in downtown san francisco yesterday hundreds of fans waited in a long line that stretched almost three blocks from the civic center auditorium. also they can see the free concert. it comes a day before her latest of a of release. fans waited, first-come, first-served so they could get in. >> i am really excited to see her, she is amazing. >> i think she's sensational.
>> i am super excited to see her, she has been out of the scene for so long. this is for the big comeback, we are super, super pump to be here. >> i was hoping it would be in the castro. and everyone would been dressed up. >> justine: as advance was saying the concert was originally planned to be outdoors in the castro theater but the news had to change because of the weather. a box office, number one was the family secret diary of a wimpy kid. 24.4 million, second place kicker of heart action fantasy sucker punch 19 million. limitless fell to #three bringing in 15.2 million. coming up, we are watching the weather as
>> darya: good morning, 5:00 a.m., a top star is an emergency pop legations have been issued after the latest storm created some major flood damage. >> mark: authorities are searching for the suspects who planted a pipe bomb in a newspaper leaving a man injured. president >> darya: obama will address the nation today to try and address the military mission and libya. forces are closing in on gadhafi's home town. the kron 4 morning news starts now. >> live, from the bay area's news station, this is the kron 4 morning news. >> darya: good morning, at
the monday. >> mark: is a monday again? >> darya: unfortunately. >> mark: a lot of rain and looks like a break is on the way. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: that news it's monday, a good news we're talking about a big warmup. me to even bring a decent the forecast natalie that we're also trying out. saying goodbye to the wet weather. here's the james lick, a con shot compared to what we've been dealing with. we will continue to stay try to get the afternoon clearing up a bit a could see many more breaks of sunshine slightly warmer. that big warmup kicks into full gear by mid-week. we will start off with a list of your rainfall totals over the past six days. more than 3 in. of rain in san francisco, close to 6 in. rid of your novato. of into santa rosa. same for napa,
more than 2 in. of rain in most locations. sematech, oakland, hayward, concord, antioch. overall quite a while looking forecast, this is certainly a different shot the we have senior radar is drying out. your current temperatures at sitting in the '40's still holding on to the upper 30s in napa. south bay already warming up into the low 50s. 51 in san jose. satellite, radar we will wind up by just a bit. we'll continue that warming trend as we had do the work week. pretty much every day this week will bring those temperatures warmer, warmer. as will follow in the mid '60s, 64 santa rosa, napa, vallejo. south bay 66 degrees. san as a, los
gatos, 62. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. watch this warming trend as we had been to tomorrow upper 60s. there is that magic number by thursday we could warm up to 80 degrees. we will continue to cool down by the weekend bringing a slight chance of rain by saturday. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> george: pretty quiet start to the morning commute thankfully dry pavement no issues of flooding to talk about no hot spot jet. here's a check of the bridges starting with the san francisco, oakland bay bridge no wind advisory as yet. that is a big change. your ride to the san mateo bridge looks good. no problems. easy commute in both directions. light traffic. the right to the bay bridge, still extremely light. it is an easy ride on the east shore freeway. a strain is back in service, after last thursday after
noon friday problems with flooding that had stopped at the tracks. those trackways having cleared the train is running again. darya? >> darya: thank you, several areas are cleaning up after the storms that we've had. capitola is one of the hardest hit, issuing an emergency proclamation in the week of 2/floods. --20 flash floods. one was torn down, a second trailer is also said to be torn down. the remaining 39 homes have been yellow tags because they could be in danger. another major effect of the storms oxides, mudslides. two communities are dealing with that including the back region order issued in san pop low. --san paulo. the
neighbors are afraid as the hill continues to slide some of the chains or leading towards a house. >> mark: authorities are searching for someone who planted a pipe bomb in a newspaper, it exploded as a man is picking them up yesterday. >> reporter: this is for the man picked up his newspaper, where the bomb run off. you can see the crater, it has since gone bigger. investigators dug deeper to gather evidence. the victim appeared '60s-'70s was airlifted to a hospital. >> we don't know anything. >> this and, family came home sunday night. they did not want to talk. >> we have no idea. i am sure the police department on know much more than we do. >> their wit victims had a severely injured, bleeding from his leg, head. authorities say the man is expected to survive.
>> that is now at and libya, forces are closing in on gadhafi's hometown. >> mark: the town was targeted for the first time by international air strikes, witnesses say that if your bombing but there is no fighting in the streets. turkey's prime minister is saying that his country will take over the running of the airport. to facilitate the transport of aid. new this morning we are learning the president barack obama is taking to the airwaves today to explain the military mission in libya. the president will insist that u.s. leadership was essential but he's also going to stress the nato allies are taking the lead brittany. u.s. forces will continue to play a role in this operation. the president and general
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. watching temperatures around the bay, 39 degrees in napa. 40 degrees in concord. 49 in san francisco, the rain has finally drying up around the bay area. >> darya: back to court for barry bonds, this week the prosecution is said to call witnesses including the witness kimberly belton. last week cleared hours of the u.s. anti-dumping agency took the stand for more than four hours he talked about human growth hormone in changes and can cause in the body the prosecution loses the bonds feet, hands,
hands grew to to use at h g h. he testified has a expert witness. >> mark: the fate of governor brown's special action is still uncertain the gop releasing a list of more than 50 policy and budget reforms that they won in exchange for the vote. that covered a broad range of proposals including converting employee pensions tying future state spending to inflation and moving next year's presidential primary to march. democratic legislative leaders are now saying they're ready for some options. the job outlook in the bay area is getting brighter, executives' confidence was up to a level 61 of 100 which is three points up from the last survey according to the data
collected 41 percent of companies that employ more than 500 people expect to hire new employees in the next six months. >> darya: wall street should start this week on a positive new, on friday the dow gained 50 points. nasdaq surging nearly seven the auto industry is now beginning to feel that followed left by the earthquake and tsunami. in the weeks ahead car buyers are going to have difficulties finding the models come in colors and they want. companies such as toyota, honda will lose billions in revenue. parts and supplies are slip by show a slow moving about. --shipped by slow-moving boats. millions of retired and disabled people face another year with no increase in social security payments. the government is protecting a slight cost of
living next year, that would be the first increase since 2009. for most beneficiaries rising medicare premiums tend to wipe out any increase in their tracks leaving them without a raise for the third straight year. >> mark: a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues until 11:00 a.m. a live look from the bay bridge toll plaza traffic is moving smoothly.
>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. thank you, fought in the kron 4 morning news has some patches of landslide then sent a mass of boulder tumbling down onto a current san francisco and see where it came down there as the car, residents here that, too large boulders and a tenant debris tumbling down the rock slide along cantar street near 10th avenue the boulders that fell left you told your it drive labors
were shaken but luckily, no one was hurt. this is video of the santa cruz, a of your shot this yesterday morning. order was covered in mud and debris. some neighbors lost their plants and debris. >> mark: bay area weather, and store format louisa has the latest. >> louisa: we of the forecast that might make you smile. we will warm up, more to mark, the next day, the next day. we could be talking about some eighties in the forecast. says bay, san jose, low 50s. your reader is dry. we will straight dry throughout the afternoon, lots of sunshine. this will continue as we
head into the next couple of days, we will continue with this warming trend as we head towards mid week. by the afternoon we will walk into the '60s. for now, fairfield, 59 in san francisco. keeping temperatures into the upper 50s today, 62 for oakland. and about 623 redwood city. watch that warm up, up to 66 degrees in places like los gatos, san estate. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. watch the warmup, we warm up as we had to the work week tuesday, wednesday at a 60s coming even the '70s. thursday will be the warmest day of the week. in those temperatures up to 80 degrees. even the bay is warming up into the '70s. friday, we do start to cool
off as we head towards the weekend. saturday we will call it a chance of rain for the weekend. nothing like the stars we have felt. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> george: still looking a pretty good conditions, a quiet around the bay area no problems, hot spots, big delays. the right amount looks very good, light traffic so far, no delays getting to the bridge or across the span. san mateo bridge, also looks pretty good. no problems here. the right side of your screen is the westbound traffic. downtown san it's as good come across town, very light. in bound central is delay free coming in from the expressway. across town in san francisco solute different, california street cable car down is down for maintenance it will not be back till june. they've
taken apollo and mason streamline completely at a service until friday april 1st. there also limiting service on the powell hide cable car. it will run up to the cable car museum. limited service, none at of downtown san francisco. they will be using a bus bridge for the mesa mine. >> darya: thank you, japanese officials are warning that radiation from the nuclear-power plant is spreading to see water, soil. plant workers are racing to pump the water. the water must be removed and safely stored before working continue to read power the plant regular cooling system. nubian show contamination in the ocean has bred a mile farther of north of the new juror said
it than before. the leak may have reached all the way across the pacific ocean to the u.s. the plant coast. rainwater in massachusetts has been found to have increased levels of radiation. in likely came from the nuclear-power plant authorities say the levels are low however, on likely to cause any health problems. they'll continue testing. another earthquake, lexus, video carts in the quake the land is shaking in japan. ha the same, that a checked the brunt of the nine. out earthquake that hurt earlier this month, no reports of earlier damage. that tsunami alert in japan only. it did not affect the u.s..
>> mark: two people dead after a deadly boating accident that happened yesterday afternoon. police are moving towards about that is capsized, seven other people were injured, taken to local hospitals. the cause remains under investigation. a disney cruise line employee is missing, 24 year-old rebecca quorum was just seen on tuesday when the disney ship wondered left, low san lucas. their trade to get an update on the hunt for their missing daughter. the update is on the research >> darya: . we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. let's check out lake tahoe, a lot of folks are up in late talk of eyes of the traffic coming back. you cannot tell the road conditions too much, we will talk about the tahoe conditions.
>> mark: here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. saturday may be a shower to, cool down for the weekend one of the best for cases that we have seen this week. news around the bay a man died yesterday morning in the shooting their sentences kismet market. he has been identified as 23 wrote george rob mclean. this happened on jesse's street between fifth and sixth street. he died shortly after this shooting another victim was transported to hospital he was treated for injuries. >> darya: 1 man is in critical condition after shooting in oakland officers found him late last night
suffering from multiple wounds near the 700 rob, he was taken to hospital police are investigating the shooting no further details. california highway patrol officers stopped the elderly woman who was touring broadway, on a major highway, the 75 year-old woman was driving westbound on east bound-580 before she was stopped just perhaps the richmond san rafael bridge. this was last night, officers say the kirch was driving had lost to the years, she was driving hit on bare wheels. the woman displayed signs of dementia and was placed in the care of relatives. they say she's likely going to lose her driving privileges. >> mark: we'll be back in two minutes with the latest in very area weather, one of the developing stories, capitola, when of the hardest-hit cities from the storms. more on the floodings in the cleanup coming. ú
the bay bridge toll plaza, on the right what is different about this morning? it is not raining. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: it is enough to shake you head of bed. it's not raining? shocking. this so shocking even more, midweek he could be talking about a warm-up we are drying out this morning into the afternoon clearing up, lots of sunshine to this afternoon. slightly warmer. continuing with that warmer trent through the week. big warmup ahead of us. radar, a different, no green. everyone is off to try start. temperatures in the 40's for the most part. 47 degrees in oakland, hayward, authorities for napa. 50s to the south bay. we'll bring this temperatures up slightly, at
midweek really starting to see that warm-up take hold of the bay area, by the afternoon we will actually see mostly sunny conditions temperatures and pepper 50s for san francisco, san jose, concord, a warming up in to the mid-60s. that warming trend continues as we head into tuesday. did see a slight chance of may be a struggle to the north bay. at this point a better chance of staying dry. warming into the 60s by tuesday, san jose, concord just starting with the 70 degree mark. will warm up of an more than that as we head into the next couple of days. mid-60's in places like santa rosa, not, fairfield. 61 in richmond. south bay, squeezing out some 66 degree readings of places like san as a, 62 for redwood city, oakland. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. watch that
warm-up each day we continue to warm up really nicely. wednesday mid-70s, thursday '80s. around the bay '70s. thursday will be the day, if your plans, you want to go outdoors. friday, cooling off, saturday's slight chance of rain. george? >> george: pretty good commute around the bay area not tracking in the hot spots, the texans, slow traffic. no flooding, no wind advisory. light traffic in the westbound direction, building a bit. no problems. the approach looks good from 24, 5880. san mateo bridge red equally good. the westbound traffic had light truck and then tuba------ baba. he is a chain
requirements, 80, a new chain requirements on 50. no chain requirements on50. >> darya: clean-up continues after serious flooding in kappa: damaging homes, businesses. city council has issued an emergency proclamation. it tore through a pipe reading a hole in the ground beneath the mobile home park. it all resht downhill into the village. craig sklar is there watching the cleanup. there is a lot of work to do this morning. law laurel laurel rocking >> reporter: be is indians
what these windows. they cleaned it out. there's nothing left. is craft gallery. same thing the clinton era, this is the case and many businesses. i should get their i think that is what people have done since the big flows through here and over the weekend. in this downtown area they've managed to clean out. somehow watch 10, 60, hundred thousand dollars worth of property. they're really looking for outside help. they're trying to clean them. the city had a town meeting yesterday, hundred people apparently turned out trying to find out what's coming up. seaman, something like that. they will do something to try and help these businesses back on their
feet. for another so very much in cleaner mo. several garbage trucks have gone by during the last 30 minutes. they are all going to break out, try and clean up more as they light hits. >> darya: at least it will be dry. >> mark: that you're in the bay area we are following the latest data san paolo, despite no rain at land sites continues to be very real. on friday we share to two bombs on the verge of sliding down the hillside after days of torrential rain, the homeowners say all the damage in the back yards happened in less than 36 hours. will is there this morning he sharing is a home set a trend. >> will: a family of floor will be waking up at a hotel. their home was yellow tag -- family of four. no one can stay here overnight because of the threat of landslides. this is one of six homes that has been yellow tagged. three at the
top, three at the bottom. city engineers say it that homes have been structurally damage. in san pablo, will trent, kron4 news. >> mark: a vacaville man issued over the weekend a pipe bomb exploded inside his newspaper. it happens when the man picked up the newspaper in his driveway that damn bomb exploded. the unidentified man was airlifted to the hospital, the explosion forced the evacuation of surrounding homes. police are unclear whether it was a random attack or the man was targeted. >> darya: president barack obama is expected to explain the military mission in libya. a day after nato announced its taking control of the military mission. >> reporter: the sounds of explosions, gunfire rumbled
like thunder over tripoli sunday. further east rebels say they took control of three of those cities. opposition members weighed american and libyan flights along the outskirts. nato announced it will take over all military operations. >> we are enforcing the no- fly zone. with today's decision we will be going beyond. will be acting in close coordination with our regional partners. to protect the people of libya. >> it will lead the coalition led by the u.s., u.k., france to stand down. that may please some legislators who criticize obama for the u.s. involvement. former secretary of state madeleine albright says the president made the right move. >> i think he handled it very well. the reason the intervened is because terrible things were happening on the ground that
libya. people were being killed. gaddafi himself had said " he was going to slaughter everyone. " we had international support for it. >> the first up for nato will be to take charge of the no-fly zones >> darya: . facing mounting criticism over the purpose of the mission and libya president obama today is going to address the nation, for 30 p.m. est to infer that a >> justine: . live in ironers room where this is just in we have found out that yemen officials found that the just 80 people have been killed at an explosives factory after leading by civilians. we will keep you updated on the kron 4 morning news. we will be right back.
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>> mark: mission from the power plant is spreading outside of the reactor coming into the sea water. plant workers are racing to pump out contaminated water. they're saying this process could take weeks. the water must be removed and safely stored. >> darya: now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: as we head towards midweek, we're talking about warming up into the 80s, two key words this morning drying out. we're certainly going to keep those raindrops of the forecast.
work week, our floor director is dancing around that this forecast. temperatures soaring into the end of the week. by wednesday, '70s, thursday that is the day you may want to head to the beach. 80 degrees and some of the inland spots, '70s around the bay. friday, saturday: of slight chance of rain. overall very different looking forecasts. george? >> george: not very different than it was a few minutes ago it is still very quiet, not tracking in the hot spots. a quick check of the bridges, no problems, no wind advisory, no traffic to >> out. a pretty easy ride, golden gate bridge is pretty clear. san mateo bridge also looks good. the right side of your screen, a recent increase in the volume. no waiting for the westbound or east bound ride across the span. don't get in line for a cable car, at least not
for the paula mason street line, there will be no cable cars running until later this week. they will be substituting buses along the apollo and mason line. paula, hyde street has got limited service. it will be running between the square and close to fisherman's wharf. and the cable car museum on non help. that's for the service will get to chinatown. it is just one block away. california street one is under repair and will be until later this month. >> darya: checked the set, a kayaker on the river found this outdoor furniture floating along. it's a picnic table. you can even this court. of families were washed away, flooding from heavy rains that hit the area. the heavier snapped these pitchers saturday, he
said officials have been like releasing more water than normal from the dam because of all those rain. many people living downstream are worried that the extra water could mean trouble for them. >> mark: world news, jimmy carter former president is going to cuba. they have been invited to have been that by keeping government. he will meet with high level cuban officials a plan to discuss ways to improve u.s. cuban relations. they will spend three days in cuba. a new report compares death penalty use and the u.s. to executions, and cnn national is releasing their study today 525 executions worldwide last year. that the decrease of 25% from 2009. the united states carried out the fifth highest number of executions last year with a total of 46. 16 states in the u.s. have abolished the death penalty. >> darya: we will be back with more in just a couple
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>> mark: here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. high in the mid-60s, sunshine, it could see a few showers. it doesn't look like much. a few clouds, the warm weather could settle the war stand thursday, 80 degrees, mid-70s wednesday, friday. these have the home will improve our it should be beautiful. for the weekend, that, maybe a shower. watching the sierra, seven more feet of snow over the weekend skiing, is still a lot of snow on the ground this morning.
>> darya: it was all about brittany spears, look at these fans all lined up to catch the show that she did. three blocks, the line went. they want to see this free concert. the show comes a day before brittany is new album is released. them- tell. maine's awaited first come first serve to get in. >> i'm really excited to see her, she is amazing. >> i think she's sensational. >> at hadassah. the the disease brittany. she's been at the scene for all of this inter big comeback. i'm super super pump deceiver. >> i was hoping it would be in the castro. everyone would address that. >> darya: it was afraid deal, it really was a
concert, it was her taping music videos. they spent 30 minutes there, but three songs. it was supposed to be in the castro, but because of the rain, though whether they had it indoors. >> mark: topping the box office diary of a would-be kid, that is the sequel. my son loved it. he said it was better than the others. >> darya: really? >> mark: yes. 24.4 million. second of a girl power action five is the sucker punch. 19 million. a limitless number three 15 million. >> darya: we will have more and had come of the latest on a big stories, a merchant operations issued after last week's story mother. >> mark: >> mark: last week's stormy weather. we will be right back h the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.